KALEIGH BAKER'S "SOMEDAY HONEY"
Kaleigh's gypsy ancestry has started to take root in her music, melding with her rock attitude, jazz and mountain-soul influences.
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We're so honored to be bringing another soon to be Southern Rock legend to Terra Fermata for an evening of musical bliss that will heal your soul ! Kaleigh Baker's Someday Honey was my sleeper set for Suwanee Rising leaving my face streaming with tears from the refined elegance of Kaleigh Baker's exquisite voice . Very few other singers have done that for me so I'm beside myself with joy to have the chance to see her again at our home venue !
What to expect:
"Seeing them play live is akin to having a backstage pass at a closed recording session"
A blend of Blues, Country and Soul.
4 part harmonies
See who can hold out the last note of Haines road the longest? (current leader, Sammy Farmer)
Snarky stage banter and weird set list arrangements curated off the cusp by whoever can think of the next tune to play.
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Kaleigh's personal BIO:
From a small valley in New York, now residing in Florida, Kaleigh Baker has fostered a connection with her audiences since her early days performing. Now she travels more than 300 days a year playing her bluesy blend of songwriting. Kaleigh's gypsy ancestry has started to take root in her music, melding with her rock attitude, jazz and mountain-soul influences. She continues to mold her music with every bend on her journey.
Apart from playing live music nightly, Kaleigh has also been writing music both for a 3rd album and her 4th EP for the purpose of licensing for Film and Television. Over the past few years, Kaleigh's music has been licensed by companies such as Apple, Starbucks, Miller Lite, Dodge, Wrangler, ESPN, Alice and Olivia, Bigby Coffee and more.
Kaleigh has shared the stage with the likes of B.B. King, The Roots, Buddy Guy, Trombone Shorty, Tony Hall, Kevin Kinney, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Boz Scaggs, JJ Grey, Larkin Poe and Juliette Lewis, in addition to performing at festivals such as Ink N Iron Festival, Hulaween, Bear Creek Festival, Orlando Calling, Heatwave and Gasparilla Festival.